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Great Neighbour / Super Voisin

I'm going to make a round trip between Montreal &Ottawa.Can I use GPS with my public mobile network?

Will it cover my entire travel without network disruption ? Do we have sufficient network coverage along entire stretch so that GPS on Google maps will keep showing me desired route?
yd2
Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re : I'm going to make a round trip between Montreal &Ottawa.Can I use GPS with my public mobile

yes sir

 

as long as you have data plan

 

or use a offline gps aps

 

 

Deputy Mayor / Adjoint au Maire

Re: I'm going to make a round trip between Montreal &Ottawa.Can I use GPS with my public mobile


@one_user wrote:
Will it cover my entire travel without network disruption ? Do we have sufficient network coverage along entire stretch so that GPS on Google maps will keep showing me desired route?

Not Sure if you know this or Not, PM runs on the Bellus Network. This is the same Network that almost all long Haul Truckers, Highway Cops, Government Highways Employees & Highway tow truck drivers use. I hope that answers your question.

 

Great Neighbour / Super Voisin

Re: I'm going to make a round trip between Montreal &Ottawa.Can I use GPS with my public mobile

Great, thanks!!
So, I'll go ahead with my tour with GMaps GPS as offline GPS app doesn't seem to be reliable. Hoping for a smooth journey.....thanks a lot again Smiley Happy
yd2
Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re : I'm going to make a round trip between Montreal &Ottawa.Can I use GPS with my public mobile

Did you try navmîi it free on Android
Mayor / Maire

Re : I'm going to make a round trip between Montreal &Ottawa.Can I use GPS with my public mobile

Google maps consume lot of DATA.

 

I always use a offlines Garmin GPS. No DATA required !

 

Free and peace of mind.

Legend

Re: I'm going to make a round trip between Montreal &Ottawa.Can I use GPS with my public mobile

Hi,

With regard to your trip to Ottawa, you really don't need GPS. Take the Autoroute west into Ontario.Unlike the Surete du Quebec, the Ontario Police Force strictly enforces speed limits.Ontario also has laws against distracted driving, including using your cell or looking at your GPS. Once on the 401 (Macdonald-Cartier Freeway), look for the exit leading to Ottawa. It MAY be called the 117. Upon arriving in Ottawa, buy a map of the city at a service station convenience store, or go to Tourism Ottawa to gather as much information as you wish.

Have a great trip!